HCV Store Opening Soon on Main Street in Swanton
After spending a short time operating their CBD Business on Swanton’s North Main Street, Marquis and Ebony Kimble moved to a new location on the other side of the tracks and on the other side of the street, on South Main Street, and will be holding a Grand Opening next Saturday, May 29, 2021.
“I tried for about two years to get into Swanton with the idea of CBD and it wasn’t until this past year that we were able to break ground in Swanton,” said Mr. Kimble, formerly the Finance Manager at McNeill Chevrolet Buick on Airport Highway. “I tried very hard to get into Swanton because I knew Swanton sitting in the finance chair at McNeill’s for seven years. It helped tremendously. I know the community and I know a lot of people.”
The HCV Store is a CBD business that opened in November of 2019 after President Trump signed the Farm Bill into law. This made CBD/Hemp completely legal across federal lines. CBD is not marijuana, but contains some of the same cannabinoids that are in THC, but not enough to make you feel “high”. It works with your body causing relief for those experiencing pain issues, sleep issues, anxiety, etc. The HCV Store carries several products including salves, tinctures, edibles, lotions and capsules. Some customers almost feel instant relief of their specific issue.
The HCV Store is located at 108 S. Main Street in Swanton, just a few yards from the railroad crossing which Mr. Kimble sees as an asset. “This is a beautiful spot and a gem that a lot of people don’t realize because of that train right there,” he explained. “That’s a blessing for me. Customers will stop there all day long and look right in the window.”
Mr. Kimble encourages everyone to stop in next week and see what his store has to offer. You may also find them and their latest products on-line at www.hcvstores.com
Pictured: Business owner Marquis Kimble, with his wife Ebony, cuts the ribbon at the HCV Store along with Swanton Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Neil Toeppe and Rob Benfield of Benfield Wines.